We noticed you can nab one-way trips on Europe’s bus line to the stars, Eurolines, for less than £10.
As part of Eurolines’ “Funfares” spring sale, travelers can choose between a range of destinations across western and central Europe. Though fares vary quite a bit, this is a great chance for cheap fares—especially if you’re traveling a short distance.
Naturally, we were curious about the greatest distance covered by the Funfares net. We found a London to Prague bus route with no connections that lasts a whopping 22+ hours. Better charge up that iPod.
November 2011 Update: Eurolines still offers the London to Paris bus route, although the £10 ticket is no longer available. We found rates on the Eurolines’ website for £30, plus a £4 online booking fee.
For more information, please read our updated post on taking the bus from Paris to London.